This place is great, we will definitely be coming back! My husband and I were on our honeymoon and decided to look for reviews for a good sushi restaurant. I Love Sushi had many great reviews we couldn't resist.
I believe we went on a Tuesday night and figured the place wouldbe kind of slow, however when we arrived, we were lucky to find a place at the bar! The place was packed and although were also entertaining large parties, offered great service, and incredible sushi.
The names of the various rolls were quite entertaining, and a conversation piece to say the least.
Although we live in California, this is definitely our favorite sushi spot, and will be making a trip back out soon!
The Seven Hills Local's Favorite.
This is the one we always come back to, because it is creative (ok - i get that Ryan's Roll is not REAL Japanese, but get over it), service is fabulous, they remember what we like and where we like to sit. Yes, we are regulars, yet we also sample the roughly 14,312 competitors in the Las Vegas valley, and this is the winner. Setting aside the racist shots at the owners of other reviewers, they are wonderful people.
Try the Ryan's Roll - really - I am a fan of real sushi (for 30 years now) and sashimi, but this roll is worth taking the leftovers home.
THE WORST...SERVICE, FOOD, OH, & I GOT SICK!!!. This will be the last time I ever go to a KOREAN run "fake" Japanese restaurant. What was I thinking. I walked in, and they spoke a few Japanese words, and they WERE WEARING THE JAPANESE FLAG HEADBANDS. I really thought, for a second, that they were the real thing. Until you get the food. Wow...not even close to Japanese style or taste. Imagine that. Koreans trying to be Japanese. Not even close. Their attitudes suck, and their breath stinks. Stick with mondoo and kimchee.Get a life, Koreans! Don't attempt to be Japanese.
Korean Garbage, with mayo, of course!!.
Korean's have been fooling the public for years with their "imitation" Japanese. They even wear a Japanese headband, and speak the few Japanese words as you enter and exit.
Do not be fooled by the Korean scam!!
Osaka is #!, and always will be.
Amazing Sushi and fun atmosphere!!. First I would like to say I am amazed by some of the extremely emotional negative reviews. I think I would have to agree that some of those reviews are quite possibly coming from competitors. I Love Sushi is fantastic. I have been going to this restaurant for 5 years. I have been all over town and on the strip to other places, and absolutely NO ONE compares. It is true that it gets loud and lively in there. If you would like to avoid most of that, just don't go on their busiest days which are Friday and Saturday. My husband and I went to Australia last year and thought for sure we would have superior sushi there....NOT EVEN CLOSE TO I LOVE SUSHI! Maybe the fun atmosphere isn't for everyone, but I love it and will never waste my time going anywhere else again!
Excellent. Excellent!. This place is great! For anyone wanting to meet up with friends for some good food this is a great local spot.
Fake Japanese restaurant.
If anybody thinks this is good Japanese restaurant, you have never ever been to a real Japanese restaurant. I am sorry, but this place is Korean restaurant serving Japanese dishes, by the way, I love Korean food.
Sushi - rice is too big and the fish too thin.
Tempura - too much batter and bad oil.
Rich - cheap low quality rice.
Miso soup - maybe instant.
Green tea - very low grade.
Sushi rice - badly seasoned.
More power to them, places is always full and everyone is having a good time.
A good place to go if you don't have taste. The food was so-so, the atmosphere was immature and the interior decor and outfits of the servers contrived. I was there with two friends for a quick bite out during the workweek but could barely converse because of the noise level, which was only worsened by the guy in a kamikazi costume banging a gong and shouting "I LOVE SUSHI" in the middle of the restaurant before people drink a sake-bomb, which occurred multiple times over the evening. On top of that, I got a screaming headache when I returned home, the cause of which is likely the extremely high amount of MSG they put in their food. There are enough other sushi places in Vegas that I wouldn't waste your time trying this place out.
Great Name - Not-so-great food. For anyone who has ever been to Japan please do not go here. The atmosphere is completely fake with all of the waitresses wearing silk robes that I assume are supposed to be similar to a ukata or a kimono. The service was awful. Apparently our server was having a bad day and she didn't want anyone to know about it except for everyone who was in the resteraunt. It was extremely loud with dishes and plates clanking everywhere. I felt like I was in a Chilis or the Outback Steakhouse but that was not where I wanted to go. i wanted to sit down and have a nice Japanese meal. Oh, I almost forgot. If you like authentic Japanese food do not trapse through the doors of this establishment. It is American-Japanese sushi with all of those bizzare "rolls" and other dishes to include Korean, Chinese, and even some from Southeast Asia. Not good, not friendly, and not worth your time.
REAL HONEST REVIEW ALL BULLs$#@ ASIDE!!!.
Im 22yrs old - ive eaten at an array of sushi joints in town, and as much as I wanted to find a better place than I LOVE SUSHI, i could not succeed. The sushi is fresh and the combinations are unique - you may also create your own sushi rolls by requesting your recipe to the "chefs". The 1 star reviews are fake and most likely made by a desperate competitor who's sushi is apparently far insuperior. Nice enviroment, friendly staff, small communication barrier. Should be a great experience if your not a moron!! for the people w/ complaints you were most likely the issue, being in the hospitality industry, and as we all know, some people lack common knowledge, yes even you rich fools that think your the s%#*. back to the sushi: TRY IT OUT -- about $5-$13 per roll.
im not into fish eggs so I cannot comment on the quality of that. im headed to I LOVE SUSHI (SERIOUSLY)
note: i have not tried sushi restaraunts on the strip
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